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Old 13th July 2011
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Default Some pics of my 67 Iron.

The bike has been stretched and raked as you can see. S&S Super E, 1000cc, Kick only, distributor upgrade, 6"+ wide glide forks, 21" front, 16" rear, Powder coated frame.




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Good looking scoot............Love the finned primary cover, any idea where I can find one ?
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Nice scooter, love the old school bikes. You have a keeper
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Can you get a bolt for the case in front of the front jug, behind the generator?
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sweet bike man, No rear brake? that must suck
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sweet bike man, No rear brake? that must suck
Rear drum, no front brake.

One tough lookin' bike, man. Chop it up yourself? +1 on that primary cover.
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Can you get a bolt for the case in front of the front jug, behind the generator?
you have good eyes!!!

The OP will want to get one in there. It is a very nice bike!!
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Nice ride. I like the primary.
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Thats what im talking about....NICE ride man...not sure if i would be able to grab the bars but i'd still try ride it...
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Man those primary covers are nice, you could get some nice grill marks on a steak with that thang there.
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